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THE ARIZONA REPUBUCANrWEDXESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 6. 1915
OUR
examinations
tell
the trouble
Our Glasses correct it.
Northrup Optical Co.
Successor to
SWIGERT BROS.
9 East Adams St.
Prescription lenses ground in our
own shoo
Garden City Restaurant
New. Location
21-23 East Adams St.
SALT RIVER VALLEY MOUN
MENTAL WORKS
V. E. Lindsay, Prop.
40 West Washington St.
Arizona granite as well as all
other granite used.
Fhnne 1323 fur prices
-i"i-.nrvn.n.iin.n.rLn.njTnji
BENNETT LUMBER
COMPANY
Everything in Lumber
MACHINERY
Machinery of all kinds built, re
built or repaired. Best equipped
shop in nate. Only expert me
chanics. Work guaranteed.
O'NEILL AUTO & SUPPLY CO.
326-328-330 N. Central
1
t
Send Your
Children
Here to
Trade
They are .-itwuys welcome and
just as careful attention will he
Kiven their wants and the orders
they bring, as though you came
yourself.
Central
Pharmacy
W. R. Wayland, Mgr.
Goodrich Block.
Phone 5:11 anytime from 7:30 a.
m. to 10:30 p. m.
WOOD AND COAL
Phoenix Wood and Coal
So. 3rd and Jackson fits.
Phone V2?,o
Lodge Notice
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSB
Phoenix Lodge, Ne
708; Meetings even
Tuesday, Moose homs
28 8. Center., Visit
ing brothers Invited
George N. MacBean.
Dictator; Walter R
Van Tyne. Secretary
REDEW1LL MUSIC CO.
Established in 1881
224 West Washington St.
INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED
Pianos Rebuilt and Refinished
DAINTY
WOMEN
USE
Rexall t'l'eani of Almonds because
it is sooihing, cooling, cleansing.
Ocaring the skin and helping to
make it smooth,- satiny, healthily-beautiful.
1 lelightfully fragrant, and quickly
absorbed.
Just the thing to keep the skin
pretty and comfortable these
windy, stormy days 50c.
Uvj elegit wr
V l5
Of Local Interest
STORED WATER SUPPLY.
Water service report for January 5:
Elevation of water i.n reser
voir 14S 7S
Contents of reservoir, acre ft.4o:j,04i
Gain preceding 24 hours, acre
i?et 1,21
Elevation of water one year
ago today 114 7t:
Contents of reservoir one year
ag today 171.3SS
Normal flow of Salt and Verde
rivers at Granite Reef dam,
M- 1 52.400
Normal flow of water for lands
up to year i.hos
Amount of water used for ir
rigation, north side. M. I n,n
Amount of water used for ir
rigation, south, side. M. I... none
0
LOCAL WEATHER YESTERDAY
fi a.m. fi n m
Temperature, degrees 41 57
Sensible temperature 37 41
Humidity per cent G!i 34
Wind direction W SW
Wind velocity, miles 5 5
Rainfall 11 n
We.hr Clear Clear
Highest temperature 60
Lowest temperature 37
Mean relative humidity 52
Total rainfall 0
Deficiency in temperature yesterday,
1 degree.
Excess in temperature since first of
month. 27 degrees.
Accumulated excess in temuerature
.ince January 1, 27 degrees.
Deficiency in rainfall yesterdav. .04
inch.
Deficiency in rainfall since first of
month, .10 inch.
Accumulated deficiency in fainfall
since January 1, .10 inch.
Data for Tucson
Highest temperature yesterday 56
Rainfall yesterday 0
ROBERT R. BRIGGS,
Section Director.
GRAND ARMY MEETING The
members of the G. A. R. will meet at
the armory building at 2:.30 o'clock this
afternoon.
HORRELL TO GLOBE W. A. Hor
rell drove his third and last eight-
cylinder Cadillac to Globe yesterday.
He reports that the Gila metropolis is
the livest town for his new curs he has
yet discovered outside of the capital
city.
MOVIE COMMITTEE Members of
the board of trade's "movie committee"
learned by letter from the secretary
yesterday that Mr. J. J. Sweeney had
succeeded p. o. Gettins as chairman.
Mr. Gettins has to be out of town when
the Lubin troupe lands Friday.
"LAWS OF PROPERTY RIGHTS-
Mrs. E. B. O'Neill will address the
Phoenix Civic League at its regular
meeting in the board of trade rooms
on "Laws Pertaining to Property
Rights." This is the first meeting for
two weeks or since the holidays set
in.
SIX APPLICANTS There were six
applicants for the Job of water users'
representative on the cost review
board, instead of one. as The Republi
can stated yesterday. The other five.
nowever. were made by letter, while
Engineer Jones' was presented in per
son.
I. I. COMMISSION J. P. Orme
learned by wire yesterday that the
meeting of the Interstate Irrigation
commission at Washington had been
postponed indefinitely, it was to haffe
been held on January 11. Mr. Orme is
one of the Arizona delegates. Andrew-
Kimball of Thatcher Is the other.
RAIN RECORD Eleven rainy days
during December made that month a
record breaking one, according to a re
port of the local weather bureau." The
rainfall amounted to 3.0H inches. This
is far above normal. The temperature
was above the average, and the baro
metric pressure considerably below the
usual.
REPORT SHEEP KILLING Word
that parties in the vicinity of Castle
Dome range have been seen with a
young mountain sheep not more than
ten days old and other evidence that
some specimens of this animal have
teen killed recently, reached State
Game Warden Willard yesterday. Dep
uties in Yuma county will be notified
to be on the look-out for the parties
mentioned in connection with the prob
oble killing.
WORKING LECTURE At two
o'clock this afternoon, farmers and
business men of the valley and city will
meet at the Water Users' association
to hear an illustrated lecture on the
work of the "Farm Doctor", by D. W.
Working of the department of agricul
ture. President Orme has called a
meeting of members of the Water Us
ers' association, for the purpose of at
tending the lecture. Mr. Working has
had the committee borrow a stereop
tieon. the hall will be darkened, and
on the curtain will be thrown pictures
showing the improvements in farms,
wrought by the aid of farm advisorsV
MENTAL SCIENCE ANNUAL
MEETING At a meeting of the stock
holders of the Mental Science College
Educational association on Monday af
ternoon at the College building, the
following directors were elected to have
charge of the business for the present
year: George Puntenney, Dr. D. V. De
Saffery, Dr. Daisy DeSaffery, Dr. Min
nie S. S. Stevens, all of Phoenix and
Charles Hollingshead of Camp Verde.
The secretary's report showed a satis
factory balance in the bank, -and that
the College building had been paid for.
A vote of thanks was tendered . the
press of the city for its assistance. The
officers elected are: George Puntenny,
president: Chas. Hollingshead, vice
president: Dr. Minnie A .Stevens, sec
retary and Dr. Daisy DeSaffrey. treas
urer. Class No. 4 for the present year
starts with a large number.
GUNS for rent. Pinney & Robin
son. Advertisement
If the Sun Shines, Drag
the Roads!
AT THE FORD Duncan Graham,
Denver; E. E. Ruth, Phoenix; Miss'Mae
Ohare, Ray; Miss Inez Ells, Ray;, H.
R. Stephens, Florence. ......
MARRIAGE LICENSES A marri
age license was issued yesterday to
Hiram J. White and Nellie Dillon,
both- of Maricopa county. .-
PRISONERS TO FLORENCE The
county sheriffs office, sent two pri
soners to Florence yesterday, a jnan
named Sutter, and a Mexican.
TO Y0MA COUNTY Land Com
missioner W. A." Moody left last eve
ning for northern Yuma county to
examine state land in that section.
NEW NOTARIES Notarial com
missions were issued yesterday at
ihe office of the secretary of state
to C. C. Austin of Tempe, Robert E.
Lee of Nogales and Andrew S. Gib
bons of St Johns
DOCTORS' EXAMINATION The
quarterly examination of applicantsfor
physicoans' certificates, which began
at the state house yesterday, will con
tinue today. Only seven candidates are
taking the examination.
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS
There are undelivered telegrams at the
Western Union Telegraph office for the
following: Young and Lee, Rocherfort
Calhoun, Mr. Proctor, Tom Hilbcrt and
Daiscy or Wartha Bowden.
PISHONS ARRIVE Mr. and Mrs.
Charles K. Pishon, whose marriage in
Los Angeles last week was received
with gratilied surprise by the many
friends of the groom here, arrived here
yesterdiy morning. Mr. Pishon will
make a home here.
IN SUPREME COURT The action
brought by H. W. Rouudtree against
T. N. Clanton to secure payment of
a promisory note of $468.7.1 was filed
in the supreme court yesterday os
appeal from Maricopa county The
lower court rendered judgement in
favor of the defendant
TAX CONFERENCE REPORT
The complete official report of the
annual tax conference held at Pres
cott last July is now off the press.
The report fills a volume of 19.7
pages. A number of copies will be
forwarded to the boards of supervi
sors of each county for distribution.
CHARITY BALL TONIGHT St.
Luke's charity ball will take place at
the Woman's club this evening. . For
many weeks prominent society mat
rons have been working indefatigably
to make the affair the unprecedented
social event, it gives promise of being.
Mrs. W. G. Hartranft is chairman of
the committee on arrangements.
SOUVENIR OF THE CANYON
Gov. Hunt was yesterday made the re
cipient of a handsome watercolor
sketch of one of the most impressive
scenes along the Grand Canyon. The
picture came to the governor with the
compliments of L. Megargee, the artist
who painted the large Arizona scenes
for the state house corridars.
AT THE COMMERCIAL Miss Ag
nes Schwa rtzer. W. D. Berry, H. R.
Moore, Los Angeles: W. F. Dwyer,
Tucson: C. W. James. Champaign. III.:
I- F- Verkamp, Flagstaff: S. Roemer,
Phoenix; W. F. Dreyfuss. Tucson: J. c.
O'Conner. Florence: K. N. Beaty, Flag
staff; Ethel Brandeis. Hayden: Billy
Butts. Los Angeles: B. E. McStay,
Riverside. Cal.; E. W. Saunders, Rrver
stde. Cal.
POLICE ON THE LOOKOUT-Num-
erous complaints have been made to
the police lately about the depredations
of small boys who steal appliances
from standing automobiles. Usually
they unscrew and carry away light
bulbs and disconnect lighting wires.
Sometimes they raid tool boxes. ' The
police are busy looking for such of
fenders for whom homes in the reform
school are waiting.
..INSTRUCTIONS TO SUPERVIS
ORS The annual instructions to the
clerks of the boards of supervisors in
the various counties were sent out by
the state tax commission yesterday.
There are various slight changes in the
orders sent out last year, the most
noteworthy being the change in classi
fication of range cattle. Under the new
classification this item i divided into
five classes: cows, yearlng steers, steer
of two years or over, heifers and calves
of six months or over.
ADAMS ARRIVALS F. N. Murphy.
Pre.scott: Mrs. M. M. Reade, Chicago:
H. A. Porter, Chicago: A. E. Coter and
wife. Portland, Ore.; Miss I.ouise
Summan, Portland, Ore.: J. E. Huff
man, Tucson: J. F. DeLaye. Los Ange
les: Wm. C. Lynch, San Francisco:
Geo. S. Stuugt and wife. Los Angeles;
C. S. Gilbert ajid wife. Wausan; E. M.
Brown. Cleveland; Miss Gillert, Cleve
land; Jean Gillert, Cleveland; Gertrude
La Mere, Cleveland: P. M. Case. Chica
go: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ftiiketton. El
Paso: Horace Murphy. El Paso; K. B.
Gausberger, Miami: John E. Bacon.
Miami; C. E. Graham, Miami: S, H.
Sherman. Christmas: Wm. C. Bent,
Natshville, Tenn.: Will I Clark; Je
rome and Nelly Narnly, Tempe.
Matinee at Columbia Today
With a matinee, today and a night
performance tonight the Redmond
company will pass one of Jthe prettiest
comedies of the engagement to make
way for Dustin- Farmmt's success
Cameo Kirby. The matinee today will
start at '1:30 and as this is one of the
first matinees in the engagement at
which a comedy has been; the offering,
the management expects Xo han up a
new record Niobe is the' bill for the
day and night and is a njighty good
show.
o . -
If the Sun Shines, Drag
the Roads!
DATE -JAN. 18, 1915 1
N. Y. CLUB TO WITHDRAW.
fASSOCTATSU PRCS1 DISPATCH
NEW: YORK. Jan. 5 The New
York Athletic club, one of the -leading
amateur organizations of the
country, caused a sensation in local
athletic circles by announcing to
night it would withdraw from the
Amateur' Athletie I'nion as a result
of the Union's action in suspending
six of the club's members for re
fusing to compete in a swimming
contest at the Sportsmen's show in
Madison Square garden.
RIGHT-OF-WAY
V !-
FRANCES AND
MARKETS r
; ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCH
: NEW YORK, Jan. 5. Two con
flicting elements, the covering of
short cpntracts and European selling.
were me primary features of todays
comparatively active. and strong
stock market. Further settlement by
bears soon disclosed scarcity of stocks
and foreign offerings, chiefly of Unit
ed States Steel, were luirdy large
enough 'to affect that issue nor any
of the other leaders most of which
closed under their best prices but
with a firm undertone. In addition to
the active group of numerous spe
cialties. Including American Can com
mon, preferred; American Cotton Oil,
International Harvester, American
Woolen and Pullman Car rose from
two to four points. The movement
is now all one way, however, several
high priced, as well as low- priced
stocks sinking to now minimum prices.
Among these were Louisville and
Nashville, Atlantic Coast Line, Na
tional Railways of Mexico, first pre
ferred, Western Maryland, preferred,
and Rumeley preferred. The fall of
some of these stocks ranged from six
to fifteen points under previous quo
tations. The destination of $3,000,000
in gold bars taken from the assay of
fice yesterday remained a mystery.
New financing by the St. Paul road
again came under discussion but no
details concerning a reported bond is
sue were available.
Metals
Silver. 4 3-4; Electrolytic, 13 to
13.50; Copper, steadier.
Stocks
Amalgamated. 53; Smelting. $;
Santa Fe. 3"i: St. Paul, SS; New
York Central, 87 3-S: Pennsylvania,
106; Reading, 145 3-S: Southern Pa
cific, 83 5-8: Union Pacific. 117 1-8:
Steel, 00 5-8: pfd, 105 1-2.
Boston Copper Market
Bid Ask
Adventure 1 1
Arizona Comm'l 3 4
Aliouez ...35 35Vi
Calumet and Ariz 54 34 55
Calumet and Hecla 350 "till
Copper Range 3114 31
Daly West 2 2i
Ray Cons 16 lti'rj,
Giroux ; t
Greene Cnnanea '.T 24 24
Hancock V2 12l,j
Isle Royale . . 16 18
Lake Copper;. . ,r- 5 6
Miami .. ..T". l7'-i 17
Mohawk 47 '4 4N4
Mass Cupper 3U 4
North Butte. .... 22!& 22
Nevada Cons. . Z 12
Osceola. . 65 . 67
Old Dominion 42 44
Quincy . . ; r,ci 5
Shannon i 5
Superior Copper 22 23
Tamarack 24 23
U"tah Cons JO
Victoria . . m 1
Winona 1 2 '4
Wolverine 32 34
North Lake IV 1
South Lake 4 5
Chino 33i 33.14
Utah Copper 49'i 49Bi
Inspiration .. ltfii 17
Sbaltuek . . mt 19
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FoR WORLD. CHURCH. COUNCIL
r.VSSOCIATKU PKKSS DISPATCH 1
LONDON. ( Wednesday) Jan. 6
Rev Reginald J. Campbell, one if
Ihe most prominent Congregational
isms in London and minister of the
City Temple, suggests witli the ob
ject of putting an end to the war
that general council of the world's
Christian rhurches be summoned. He
said the Pope was the only person,
who with any chance of success,
could call such a conference.
CANAL AMPLY FORTIFIED.
fASSOCIATKD press dispatch
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 Gov. Coe-
thals of Panama Canal zone told the
house appropriation sub-committee on
fortifications that the canal is amply
equipped with guns equal to those of
foreign war ships and could not be
outranged. He said he did not be
lieve the government would be just
ified in installing larger ones, but
that it was necessary to provide for
duplications.
o
FEDERAL INTERVENTION.
'WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 Federal in
tervention in the eastern Ohio coal
strike in progress since April was
ordered by Secretary of l,abor Wil
son at the request of the Wheeling
board of trade. Daniel J. Keefe, la
bor expert, and Hywel Davies. coal
operator and former mediator of the
Colorado strike were designated to
undertake an amicable adjustment.
- -. "
I Roosevelt District I
:
Mr. Roy Davidson has finished his
blacksmith shop which is next to C. H.
Roener j, store arid Js now ready for
business. .....
A temporary building has been con
structed in the school yard for the pri
mary grades, the ventilation in Neigh
borhood House being very unsanitary.
Work on the new school will be com
menced soon.
The Neighborhood club will meet on
Wednesday afternoon, Jan." 6. The an
nual election of officers will take place
at this meeting.
A New Years' dance was given Fri
day evening at the Faucet ranch by
James PalmgueM. Lee Binch, Alfred
Champie and John Kletch Of Tempe.
A large number of young people were
invited and a most enjoyable evening
was spent by all.
A good attendance was present at
Sunday school last Sunday when the
annual electicn of officers took -place.
Mr. Frank Farmer was reelected su-
Save 14.00 on. The Arizona Re-
publican subscription for $1915.
Five dollars will pay for the full
year, including Phoenix' only Sun-
day newspaper. Seven days Instead
of six. This great bargain offer is j
made but once each year. There-
after 75 cents per month only will
again be accepted. Offer not good
after January 9th.
' I
5
It's A Long Way v
ToTipperary
BUT you don't
have to go faf
to get a new hat.
Have you ever worn
a Knox feather
weight soft felt? If
you haven't, we
doubt if you know
how comfortable a
hat can be or how' :
good-looking.
We sell hats just the
way we sell clothes on
the theory that you can't
get them too good. And
we never do quite so w ell
by you as when we sell
you a Knox hat.
McDOUGALL
AND
CASSOU
KNOX HATS
BRUSH UP
Start the New Tear' with a
NEW HAIR
Wje are offering some extraordinary
fine hair Brushes at the lowest price.
Now just come in and see that dif
ferent kind that we sell. They last
several years. . Remember the Quality
Drug Store corner is always open'.
Elvey & Hulett
Quality Druggists, Never Substitute.
Phones 411 and 441, Phoenix "
O'Neill Bldg.
Northwest corner Adams and 1st Ave.
Your Good
And Ours
If you want a shoe that's "IT"
from the kick-off a shoe that
; will stand all the mass plays
and scrimmages a shoe with
which you can buck ,up against
' anything tackle our PURITAN
:For young men' or men w
have the love of good shoes
their veins. . . ...
ho,
in-
H. A. DIEHL
SHOE CO.
perintendent and K. L. Townsend wis
re-elected trustee for Neighborhood
House;- the other officers elected are:
Mrs. Davidson, assistant superinten
dent and el ass organizer; Willis Da
vidson, secretary and' treasurer; "Mrs.
J. . R. Wilson, superintendent primary
department; Mrs. 'John Price, superin
tendent home 'department: Mrs.
Blanche Farmer, superintendent cradle
roil;, Mr. J. R. Wilson, choir director;
Miss Ina Austeii, pianist: ,Miss Nina
Baldwin, assistant pianist: Miss Janet
Farmer, librarian. , .
TENNIS GOODS. Pinney & Robin
aon. Advertisement.
II!
BRUSH
or Black
Now The Sun
Is Shining
Belter Get
a
New Roof!
When it rains again
you'll be glad of it.
Philip Carey asbestos
roofing is the economi
cal, fire, rain, acid,
weather, warp and
crack proof roofing.
Guaranteed and sold in
Arizona bv the
Bennett Lumber Ce.
Biggest Best Busiest
Phone 1211. . Cor. 2nd Ave. & Jackson
221 W. Jefferson St. Tel. 1330
Phoenix Oil Co.
SPECIALS
Zerolene Transmission "B. B."
Zerolene Cup Grease Medium.
Zerolene Engine Oil,- 3 grades.
Calol Liquid Gloss.
Calol Castor Machine Oil.
Calol Gas Engine Oil.
Standard Gas Engine 'Oil.
Standard Seperator Oil.
Standard Red Crown Gasoline.
Standard Pearl Oil.
Standard Floor Dressing.
Standard Household Oil.
Standard Thread Cutting Oil.
Standard Incubator Oil.
Standard Press Oil.
Standard Farm Oil.
Standard Motorcycle Oil.
-Vacuum Mobil Oil "A."
Vacuum Mobil Oil "B."
Vacuum Mobil Oil "E."
Vacuum Mobile Oil "Arctic."
Free Delivery
DEMAND. STANDARD BRANDS
E. S. WAKELIN
GROCER CO.
WHOLESALE
i. California Restaurant
Under new management.!
,r Give us trial!
i. ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i , i 1 1 - ------ - - - - .
i HAIR GOODS FOR SALE
Ladies' Toilet Parlor, Shampooing,
Manicuring and Facial Massage, Hair
Dressing; Expert Chiroporists, all
fout troubles removed. ' Moles and
warts removed by elecfricity.
SHIRLEY & SHIRLEY
Phone 1704
- 39 Eat Adamt Street
r : DATE--JAN. 18, 1915 j
;
We
Been "Going Up" for 33 Years
iu the estimation of the Salt River Valley
depositors
The National Bank of Arizona
'OLD RELIABLE"
NDROLLONEND
ROOFING
' stum,, soar pouco J
'IK
ACID AlHAU .'
P.ri
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P.S.P CAREY C6H
tl 1M-
N NJ ATI OHIO
Phoenix
Savings
Bank &
Trust Co.
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AMERICAN KITCHEN
Regular Meals, 35 Cents.
Short Orders All Night. ,
33 North Center, Phoenix.
Yee Sing. Proprietor.
Have the paint specialists to
match your colors and mix your
paint while you wait. Tell us
your paint troubles, thereby save
yourself time and money.
CAVILEER & CO.,
108 E. Adams. Phone 1829
ARIZONA BEST RIPE
OLIVES
Munger Bros. Co.
Cotton Growers, Attention Buy
1 your cotton field machinery at
KUNZ BROS. & MESSINGER
and save money. Let us show
1 you.
eft I'ftJI i tcrU i Lj u2
S'H'O'E'S
and Hosiery That'i all.
Harry A. Drachmai
Shoe Co.
22 West Adams St.
have
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